Health Care

The DarrowEverett Health Care Practice Group represent individual health care providers, medical practices, hospitals and industry-related vendors across a broad spectrum of legal matters, including:

  • Acquisition, Merger and/or Sale of Medical Practices
  • Medical Office Building Finance & Leasing
  • Licensure and Credentialing
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Employment, Contracting & Negotiation
  • Insurance Reimbursement/Payor Contracting
  • Information Technology
  • Litigation
  • Senior and Elder Care Services

Attorneys in The DarrowEverett Health Care Practice Group assist clients with life cycle representation for medical practices and health care services organizations, including professional organization acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, buy-sell structures and financings – both debt and equity and related to both real estate and commercial assets.

As general counsel for medical practices, we guide our clients through health care practice matters both common and unique including expansion opportunities, compensation planning, employment and non-competition agreements, consultant and independent contractor matters, HIPAA privacy laws, medical records protection and information technology issues.

Whether prosecuting civil claims against health care vendors, defending department of health investigations, or providing white collar criminal defense representation, our health care litigation attorneys have the industry experience to handle any health care industry related dispute. For example, the firm’s Health Care Practice Group has successfully resolved physician compensation disputes and employment actions, including enforcement of covenants not to compete, wrongful termination defense and other claims.

As a result of the ever-increasing government spending on health care, agencies such as the Department of Justice dedicate significant resources to the investigation and prevention of health care fraud. We represent health care professionals and business owners in connection with federal and state grand jury investigations involving allegations of Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse, the False Claims Act (and its state-level counterparts) and other fraud-related claims. DarrowEverett’s Health Care Practice Group aims to further our clients’ mission to provide quality health care to the general public. Our diverse practice enables us to provide our health care clients with effective legal counsel when confronted with critical issues manifested within the rapidly evolving and heavily-regulated health care environment.












We have committed ourselves to assisting our clients in making well-informed, productive and ultimately successful decisions on all issues that come before them.

We take pride in on our ability to provide each client with the attention to detail and high level of service that their transactions require, while at the same time providing practical and business-oriented advice and solutions.

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